Blasting into Hyperdrive: A Motivational Framework

Reading Time: 5 minutesThis article describes a motivational framework called directed motivational current (DMC), which advocates getting a focused vision, blasting into hyperdrive, staying in the zone, riding a directed motivational current, experiencing eudaimonic well-being and authenticity, and finally landing with feelings of joyful fulfillment, job done.

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The “What” and “How” of Classroom-Research, Part 1

Reading Time: 4 minutesThis article discusses the opposing viewpoints of classroom-based research and their agreement on the importance of implicit knowledge. It then looks at why research should focus on implicit rather than explicit knowledge. This could have important implications for research and how this research informs practice.

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